Brooks, Select Letters of Severus, vol. 2.1

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E. W. Brooks, ed., Translation, The Sixth Book of the Select Letters of Severus Patriarch of Antioch in the Syriac Version of Athanasius of Nisibis vol. 2.1 Oxford: Williams and Norgate, 1903.

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Title: Translation

Editor: E. W. Brooks

Publisher: Williams and Norgate

Place of Publication: Oxford

Date of Publication: 1903

Publication

Title: The Sixth Book of the Select Letters of Severus Patriarch of Antiochin the Syriac Version of Athanasius of Nisibis

Editor: E. W. Brooks

URI: http://syriaca.org/bibl/675  Link to Syriaca.org Bibliographic Record

Publisher: Williams and Norgate

Place of Publication: Oxford

Extent: 2 vols. in 4 parts

Volume: 2.1

URI: http://syriaca.org/bibl/668  Link to Syriaca.org Bibliographic Record

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AdelphiusAgapiusAlexanderAlexanderAlexander of AlexandriaAlypiusAnastasiusAnatoliusAnatoliusAndrewAndrewAnonymi 3036The inhabitants of the hamlet of Minidus and Uaris between A.D. 513-518Anonymi 3037Clergy accused of holding the opinions of Nestorius and unlawfully ordaining clergy soemtime between A.D. 513-518Anonymi 3038The subdeacons under Castor of Perga who petitioned Severus sometime between A.D,.513-518Anonymi 3039The readers under Castor of Perga sometime between A.D. 513-518Anonymi 3040The singers under Castor of Perga sometime between A.D. 513-518Anonymi 3041Certain persons who ceaselessly sought ordination from Severus sometime between A.D. 513-518Anonymi 3043The bishops present in Antioch for a synod of eastern bishopsAnonymi 3044The zealous brothers who urged Severus to reconcile with CosmasAnonymi 3045Those involved in a dispute with the presbyters Cosmas, Polyeuctus, and Zeno
Anonymi 3045Those involved in a dispute with the presbyters Cosmas, Polyeuctus, and ZenoAnonymi 3046A group of clergy in Flavias who brought charges against their bishop ProcopiusAnonymi 3047The bishops of Cappadocia who attended a Council in Cappadocia Secunda led by SotericAnonymi 3048The bishops of Pontus who attended a Council in Cappadocia Secunda led by SotericAnonymi 3049The bishops of Galatia who attended a Council in Cappadocia Secunda led by SotericAnonymi 3050A group of clergy making accusations against Procopius, Bishop of FlaviasAnonymi 3051Those attending the synod at Commanus in ArmeniaAnonymi 3052The bishops attending the Council of Cappadocia SecundaAnonymi 3053The fathers who received a letter from Severus delivered via the monastery at AphthoriaAnonymi 3054Advisors of Simeon of Chalcis who managed his affairsAnonymi 3055Persons ordained by Antoninus under questionable circumstancesAnonymi 3059Jews in the diocese of Berrhoea whom Antoninis accused of an unspecified wrong against ChristAnonymi 3060The oeconomi or stewards of the church of Antioch under SeverusAnonymi 3061The ecclesiastical managers of the church of Antioch under SeverusAnonymi 3062The clergy of Rhosus who submitted a petition to SeverusAnonymi 3063Residents of Rhosus who submitted a petition to SeverusAnonymi 3065Clergy of a monastery under the authority of Paul of OlbaAnonymi 3066Bishops under the metropolis of Apamea in A.D. 515Anonymi 3067The heads of monasteries in Syria Secunda who urged their bishops to oppose SeverusAnonymi 3071The bishops of Syria Secunda condemned by Severus at a council in Antioch in A.D. 515Anonymi 3072The bishops who assembled in Antioch in A.D, 515 and condemned the bishops of Syria SecundaAnonymi 3074Those ordained by Hilarian but prohibited from ministry until Severus could confirm their ordinationAnonymi 3075The prominent men of Antioch who petitioned Severus to allow Romulus to conduct prayers in AntiochAnonymi 3076The poets who also served as clergy in AntiochAnonymi 3077The monks of the monastery of Isaac who received a letter from SeverusAnonymi 3078The magistrates who passed judgment on AntipaterAnonymi 3079The inhabitants of Anasartha who proposed episcopal candidates to SeverusAnonymi 3080The clergy of Apamea following the death of the bishop Isaac in A.D. 513Anonymi 3081The men unlawfully given stewardship of the church property of Apamea after the death of the bishop Isaac in A.D. 513Anonymi 3084The bishops of Phoenice who received a letter from SeverusAnonymi 3085The devout subdeacons of Alexandria Minor who petitioned SeverusAnonymi 3086The soldiers who forced the bishop of Pompeiupolis to perform ordinationsAnonymi 3088The bishops who attended the Council of NeocaesareaAnonymi 3089The bishops who attended the Council of NicaeaAnonymi 3091Those who brought charges against Libanius for demanding interest from fellow clergy in ApameaAnonymi 3095The monks of the monastery of the bishop MaronAnonymi 3096The notables of Apamea who received a letter from Severus in A.D. 513Anonymi 3099Those in Constantinople who managed the affairs of the church of Antioch for SeverusAnonymi 3100Those who payed Flavian of Antioch in order to receive ordinationAnonymi 3101The people of Paltus who brought charges against FirminusAnonymi 3104Jews who sold a slave sometime in the early 520sAnonymi 3105The non-Chalcedonian monks, clergy, and laity of Isauria who suffered persecution in the early 520sAnonymi 3106Those in Cilicia Prima who failed to defend non-Chalcedonian orthodoxy in the early 520sAnonymi 3107Clergymen whom Stephen sent to Egypt in the early 520s to pursue exiled Isaurian clergyAnonymi 3108Non-Chalcedinian bishops of Isauria in exile in Egypt during the early 520sAnonymi 3110The clergy banished from the East during the late 520sAnonymi 3111The God-loving bishops in Egypt in the late 520sAnonymi 3112The archimandrites banished from Palestine during the late 520sAnonymi 3113Those who created divisions between the non-Chalcedonian churches of Egypt and the non-Chalcedonian churches of the East during the late 520sAnonymi 3124The children of Podolirius whom he taught to play the harp and danceAnonymi 3129Those with Asterias when he met with SeverusAnonymi 3130Those present at the Council of Chalcedon in A.D. 451Anonymi 3131The holy fathers and orthodox persons of Palestine who persuaded Epiphanius to perform ordinations in PalestineAnonymi 3132Priests ordained by Eusebius, the Bishop of Samosata outside his jurisdiction during a time of persecutionAnonymi 3133The bishops from outside of Cappadocia who ordained Basil of Caesarea bishopAnonymi 3134The bishops of Cappadocia who were adversely disposed toward Basil of Caesarea due to their attachment to AriusAnonymi 3135The clergy who ordained Solon bishop of Seleucia in IsauriaAnonymi 3136Those who departed from Gregory the Theologian and ordained people within his jurisdictionAnonymous 3032A person in Germanicupolis who was ordained by FlavianAnonymous 3042The archimandrite of the monastery of Bassus and recipient of a letter from Severus of Antioch sometime between A.D. 514-518Anonymous 3056A lieutenant of Hypatius, a patrician, and a recipient of a letter from Antoninus of BerrhoeaAnonymous 3064A nominee for bishop of RhosusAnonymous 3068The bishop of Epiphania in A.D. 515Anonymous 3069The bishop of Arethusa in A.D. 515Anonymous 3070The bishop of Rhaphania in A.D. 515Anonymous 3073A presbyter in the fillage of Pessinus who was possessed by a demon sometime between A.D. 513-515Anonymous 3082The rhetor of GreeceAnonymous 3083The man given stewardship of the church property of Apamea after the death of Isaac in A.D. 513Anonymous 3087The man whom soldiers forced the bishop of Pompeiupolis to ordainAnonymous 3090A reader in the church of Antioch who delivered a message to the bishops of Syria SecundaAnonymous 3092The devout monk who was removed from the monastery of ʿAkiba by the bishop SimeonAnonymous 3093The chorepiscopus and periodeutes in the village of ThelhadinAnonymous 3097A deaconess deprived of her ordination by Severus because she had been married three timesAnonymous 3098The third husband of a defrocked deaconessAnonymous 3102The father of Mitras and grandfather of AlypiusAnonymous 3109A slave sold by certain Jews in the early 520sAnonymous 3120The father of SergiusAnonymous 3121The wife or concubine of the father of SergiusAnonymous 3122The man who ordained SergiusAnonymous 3123The second wife of AnatoliusAntiochusAntipaterAntoninusApophonAriusAsteriusBasilBisulaBosporiusCallistusCassianCastorCelerCononConstantineConstantineCosmasCosmasCyprianDeciusDidymusDionysiosDionysiosDioscorus IDioscorus IIEleusiniusEleutheriusElijahElijah of JerusalemElpidiusEntrechiusEpimachusEpiphaniusEpiphaniusEuchariusEusebiusEusebiusEusebiusEusebiusEustaceEustathiosEustochiusEutheriusEutychianFabiusFirminusFlavian II of AntiochGenesiusGregoryHeliodorusHelladiusHelladiusHeraclianaHesychiusHilarianHimeriusHippocratesHosiusHypatiusIgnatiusIrenaeusIrenaeusIsaacIsaiahIsidoreIsidoreJohnJohnJohnJohnJohnJohnJohn CanopitesJohn I of AntiochJohn III of NicaeaJohn of Alexandria MinorJohn of ClaudiupolisJosephJulianJulianJulianJulianLampetiusLeontiusLeontiusLeontiusLeontiusLibaniusLiberiusLonginusMammianMarionMarkMaronMartyriusMatronianMaximianMaximinMaximusMisaelMitrasMontanusMusoniusMusoniusNiciasNonnusPalladiusPatrickPaulPaulPaulPaul of SamosataPeterPeterPeterPeter the FullerPhaedimusPhilipPhilipPhiloxenusPhotiusPodaliriusPolyeuctusProclusProcopiusProteriusRomulusRufinusSannusSerenusSergiusSergius ISergius IISergius bar FathyaSeverusSimeonSiriciusSolonSotericStephenStephenStephenStephenStephenStephenStephen the deaconTheclaTheodoreTheodoreTheodoreTheodoreTheodoreTheodosiusTheodotusTheophilosTheotecnusThomasThomasTimostratusTimothyTimothy IVVictorVictorZachariasZenoZenobius
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